Microblading is also known as, embroidery, feather touch or hair-like strokes. It deposits pigment into the upper region of the skin and is a safe and effective procedure.
Microblading ranges in cost from around $450 dollars to as high as $900 dollars. The average microblading price is around $500. Microblading is the practice of placing pigment with tiny strokes of a "microblade" during a semi permanent fashion over your existing eyebrows.
The eyebrow microblading treatment can last from one to two years and maintenance is recommended. A touch-up session is recommended 6 weeks after the primary microblading procedure and each 12-18 months thereafter.
Our microblading specialist begins each appointment by discussing your desired look and needs. Then, we measure and sketch out the placement of your eyebrows. We sketch out the full brow with the appropriate thickness and arch height to give you a good idea of what the finished brows will look like and set the outline for the microblading. We also use manual smooth shading (Microshading) to go between the hair strokes to visually give the dimension of natural eyebrow thickness without any sharp contours on the eyebrows.
At Dunes Medical Solutions Spa in Myrtle Beach, our microblading specialist holds the appropriate licenses and registrations for the provision of tattoo services, as well as standard of training and years of experience for the best microblading procedure. Therefore, our microblading is a safe and effective treatment.
Microblading is considered a tattooing technique during which a little handheld tool made from several tiny needles is employed to feature semi-permanent pigment to the skin. During a microblading procedure each hairstroke is formed by hand employing a blade which creates fine slashes within the skin. This differs from eyebrow tattoos that are done with a machine and single needle. Microblading is usually used on eyebrows to make, enhance or reshape their appearance in terms of both shape and color. It deposits pigment into the upper region of the dermis, so it fades sooner than traditional tattooing techniques, which deposit pigment deeper.